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Ferrets: Animals in Liquid Form

Clip: Season 38 Episode 12 | 2m 36s

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One species of mustelid is particularly adept at maneuvers below the ground - the ferret. Ferrets hunt in tight and twisty burrows, bending their bodies up to 180 degrees, both vertically and horizontally.

Aired: 02/19/20 | Rating: NR

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